The ERISA-mandated recourse provision discussed in the preceding section – which applies if the fiduciary insurance is paid out of plan assets – means that a breaching fiduciary’s personal assets would still be at risk for all losses caused by the fiduciary notwithstanding the fiduciary insurance policy. To prevent the right of the insurer to recoup any payments from the individual fiduciary, therefore, the fiduciary liability insurance policy must include a “waiver of recourse” provision.Read More
Daniel Aronowitz is an owner and managing principal of Euclid Specialty and has over twenty-five years of experience in the professional liability industry.
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